Roberto Firmino: I am always adding this to my game at Liverpool

Roberto Firmino says he is constantly looking to improve his attacking game at Liverpool

Roberto Firmino has revealed that he is always out to improve his game as he looks to hold down a regular spot in Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side this season.

The Brazilian has quickly earned a reputation as one of the most exciting attacking players at Liverpool since his transfer to the Merseyside club from Hoffenheim in the summer of 2015.

Firmino has already notched up more than 38 Premier League appearances for the Reds and looks to be well settled in Klopp’s side this season.

The 25-year-old has been deployed in a more advanced position for the Reds at most times this season.

And the attacker says that he is constantly working hard to improve his game as he bids to help Liverpool break back into the top four this season.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with Liverpool’s website, Firmino said: “I train every day to be better in this position.

“Any position in which I play, I will always do my best and strive to be better. I will always play with attacking intent in my position, but I am always looking to help my teammates in any way I can.”

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Liverpool return to action in the League Cup on Tuesday night with a home clash against Tottenham Hotspur.

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